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THE DAILY CAIRO BULLETIN; WEDNESDAY MORNING, JUNE 13, IS83,
THE GREAT GERMAN
Ilcllcves and cures
Soreness, Cull, Bruiiei,
And all other bodily ache
H lid pains,
FIFTY CENTS A BOTTLE.
Hold liy nil liriiiowiis urn!
Ix-nicr. Mreelioii In 11
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The Daily Bulletin.
A man in Pittsliur ii:is invcnteil n
Sotato digger which, it is cliiiiucil, will
o the work if twriity Turn.
Estimates havo w.n prepnrcij allow
ing that I'ctor Cooper jrine nwav $1,
OW.OOO during his life.
Tim lut Surgeon lictierul liarnes, of
alnnton, in a will of fifty words, loft
all his jirojM'ily to his wifu.
The annual cattle salos in the United
Status are reported to amount to :ioo,.
TwtMity-livo pounds of unmarked dy
namite were found traveling alone in a
seat in a Western railroad train.
In Uio Janeiro thev cover their bur
ial ca keta with blauk.'red or velvet ma
terial, bordered with gilt tinsel.
The first metal found in the ruins of
the Tutleiii's was coined into a medal
and presented to Victor Huro.
The Kansas man who was blown ofl
me pxii oi ins liouse ny a lornaiio
wtva he doesn't want anv more wind
fails. Fifty thousand dollars is the estimated
annual income in rents lor ttie arcin-s
at tne .cw lurk end oi the bast U:vor
The iate A. II. Stephens, of Georgia
loanca money to IzO voun men, to en
able them to jot an education. Most of
the money was repaid.
Interest in Knierson is constantly in
creating in Kn-jhind. Cheap editions of
his works are beginning to be printed
Mr. James C. Flood, of bonanza
fame, will build a l,'"0..)0 house on
the top of the highest San Francisco
Jefferson Davis, told an interviewer
the ottier day that John Quiiicy Adams
was the most genial gentleiuau he ever
San Diego is pronounced the best of
the health resorU of tho 1 antic v oast,
as far as a drv and eouable climate
U concerned, by a recent investigator.
Many fanners who secure for them'
selves 'all the hilxir-savin improve
rnents are slow in arranging similar
helps for their wives.
Thouias McKlrath, Horace Greelev
first partner in the publication of the
Jrihunc. 1.1 aid to 1h; writing a history
of New lurk journalism.
All the locomotive manufactories in
Prussia cannot make twice as many en
giries in a year as tho Kaldwin Locomo
tive orks alone.
Ii V the order of Prince Alexander, of
Bulgaria, an olhViul history is lcing
prepared of the part played by the lJul
irarian volunteers during the .llusso-
K ittlesnake sk:us are niucn used in
Florida for ladies' bells, and slippers
are also made of the same material, the
rattles serving as ornaments thereon in
stead of bows or tassels.
In a recent letter to the Ohio State
Forestry Association, Mr. John G.Whit
tier says that he is pained and indignant
at tho 'wanton destruction of the forests
in the New England States.
Vounir Daniel Boone, a great-grand
son of the explorer of Kentucky, de
livers narcels for one oi the gteat isroael
wav tirius of New York ou a salary of
$1.00 a week.
Four convicts in thcOhio penitentiary
havo eaen choied a hnjrcroll in ordei
to enjoy a rest in the hospital. Another
poured' melted lead in his shoe, and will
prooaoiy ioe ins jejr.
The AiiL'lo-Swiss Condensed Milk
Column v founded bv United State
Consul Page in IHOfl with ir'12,000, has
now Rennital of .'.000,000, nnd turned
out 80,000, m0 cans last year.
Tho modern philosopher who declared
that "the men of isms aro the men ot
genius" will, ou second thought, find an
execution to his rule in the man with
Professor E. Stone Wiggins, of Can
add, who doesn't know much about the
weather of tho future, is about to start
on a lecturing tour. Ho has already
been well advertised.
A man In St. Tammany. La., treod
wildcat, and set firo to tho undergrowth
to smoko him out. Tho lire got away
and burned fortv panels of fence lor
neighbor, and the wildcat got away also,
Tho Norwegian Storthunsr has ro
solved that every ablo-bodied adult in
Norway shall roeeivo a musket and
be taught to use it, at the Stato's ei
Tho block from which was cut tho
Eedestal for tho statue of Peter the
ireat at St. Petersburg weighod about
1,500 tons, and yet It was transport
It is said that when General Diaz learn
ed what a programme of eutortaiument
bad been prepared for him in Boston he
gasped in Spanish: "(ireat heavens!
It 1 only live tiirougu m
A alab of marble, marked "C. Gross
Brock," has remained in the freight of
fice nt Greenville, Ala., lor tho past
seventeen years. It was originally in
tended to be erected ovor some soldier's
cravo. Whoso? Where P
Chineso cheap labor turns out not to
bo so choap after all. The railroad con
tractors of the Pacific coast have now
diawverod that Scandinavians and man
1 1 "ljl)(""llllllll
i other nationalities pay better than ths
A scientist makes out that it Is not the
sound of sweet music that entrances the
lizard, but tho pleasing sensation of tho
sound waves on their cutaneous surfiico.
A double chord struck violently on a
iiano wm Kill them (lend,
"As far as wo know," says Texas
Siftingn, "there is not a Hinirlo Instance
on record In Texas of a murderer of
means having been punished by law, no
manor now many Homicides he com
mitted." The oldest person in Norfolk, Conn.,
a widow of D2 years. She was tho
sixth wife of a man of whom it needs to
be said that "no woman in Norfolk
need despair of getting married as loug
as he lived."
Kl'tlfltlir T.nrrnn'u rofllufit ti lot ttlu hiya
be known is the subject of Washington
gossip. (Juu ukplanation of it is that
ho had not reached tho constitutional
ago when he first becamo a member of
Thomas Wentworth Iligginson says
that intemperance was greater at Har
vard when he was a student than it is
to-day; that Harvard is no worso now
than tho average of American colleges,
ami not nearly so bad as European
The new married woman's property
act in Lnglaud encourages a woman to
lend money to anybody except tier hus
band. It enables her to sue him, and to
be witness against him. It also renders
icr liable to maintain both her husband
and her children.
Complaint has been made that Con
gress, at it.s last session, refused to ap
propnato the il,U") necessary to main
tain six signal service observers in tho
West Indies. It is computed that last
year the warnings oi these observers
saved ;o,wvou worth oi property
Ilerr Most received a very truthful
summing up in the Philadelphia Sews
when that paper said: "llerr Most rails
against capital and passes around tho
hat, defends socialism and passes, around
tho hat, advocates dynamite and passes
around the hat. veils 'kill! kill'.' and
passes around the hat, predicts that the
t zar will not l crowned ami passes
around the hat.
There are thirty -six theaters in London
which rcpre.-ent an investment in land
of more than .sO.oiiO.000, in buildings
of more than e?rA'O0.0Mi. and in other
property enough to make up the gross
amount of sjfotMi.oiiO.iXMi. These theaters
regularly employ 10.0HO persons, and
ive employment indirectly to as many
more. i heir aggregate seating capac
ity is 7.r,000; the average attendance
ach night is M.'W, as shown by tho
Lord Chamberlains reports, iho av
erage admission is 3J cents.
fcongs o! a nation.
"Where do you get your ideas when
vou want to write a new songr asked
lhats simple enough, returned
the poet, taking what he called a "si(
at the ale. "lhere are enough ideas
in the .songs already written to make it
iiiniccccssary to think about new ones,
Everv song is a patchwork of other
songs. Now take that well-known song,
'The Danube Hiver.' Here is tho tirst
verse. I think Fve got it right:
'Ixj yon recnll that nivtht In June upon the
We llMi nH toH Lnii'ller tune and watihc-il the
niiniiil Hni uiilvi-r.
I oft miii-- then Iihvc watched the moon, but
never. levP. oh. never,
Can I tori-i t that night In Juno upon the Dure
' "Well." the man of verses continued,
I read that through very carefully.
My tirst thought is to localize it. Then
I pu t in the name of a fair one. Next,
I have it set to slightly difl'eicnt music
and in a few weeks Thomas Lenten's
latest sentimental success is going over
the land. It becomes a perfect rage
and every one sings:
My nweeteot June, 1 think of you when on the
N liuvikill Itiver:
I iilly limit ami xtcvr my hout unit watch the
We onee were there, you, Jane, and I, upon
that In ml loL'ether.
So when alone I dream ot you upon the
He Got Thar'
Going down the great Jackson route
from Grenada, Miss., a regular old
homespun native of the State entered a
sleeping-car and paid for a berth. He
had never been inside of a car of the
kind, and everything astonished him.
When the porter came to make up tho
beds I saw that the native was greatly
perplexed, but as he made no direct ap
peal it wasn't my duty to post him. He
was the first one to mako preparations
for bed. Ho glanced anxiously around,
pulled off one boot, and then took a
rest for live minutes. When the other
boot came oil' he had solved the prob
lem. Pushing his boots tinder tho berth
he started for tho rear platform, and
nothing was heard from him for about
ten minutes. Then he put his head into
the door and called out:
"All you 'tins in thar', look out, for
And como he did. He had disrobed
while standing on the platform, made a
bundle of coat, vest und pants, and as
he shot into bed after a run up the aisle
he gurgled out:
"Old Mississip may bo a little slow,
but she nllus gits thar just tho samel"
Cor. Detroit Free Press.
A Man Who Never Had Teeth.
A man wuo never in his lite had a
tooth in his jaws was at ono time a'resl
dent of Montana. This fact was brought
to the recollection of nn old resident of
this city by seeing a statement in an East
crn paper that one of tho most wonder
ful natural curiosities oi tno ago is a
10-ycar-old Georgia boy who novcr had
any teeth and shows no signs that ho
ever will have any. Tho man referred
to abovo was 60 years old and had never
had teeth. His name was Joseph Bear
claw. He was a resident of Alder
Gulch in 1864 and 1865. Although na
ture failed to supply Mr. Bearclaw with
teeth she tried to mako amends by fur
nishing him with long, strong lingor
nails and toe-nails, which were almost
as hard as bone nnd fully an eighth of
nn Inch thick. It is not known vhotlior
he got the name of Bearclaw from the
circumstance or if that was properly
his name. He was from Illinois, to
which Stale he returned in 1860 or I860.
W. P. :.himn, river editor)! i'hi Humiti
and steamboat passenger agtnt. Orders for all
kinds of men inborn Jul) printing nolle I led. Officii
al linwur'i Kuropcati Hotel. No. 71 Onto lv.
. IUVKK ITEMS.
Another big rain yesterday and the river
still continues to swell with 33 feet on th)
gauge last evening.
The H. It. Springer from New Oi h Att
ain ved heie yesterday uiornintr on one
wheel and considering the disadvauti g.
She whs making very good time. Cap'
ilart entered protest her and departed for
Cincinnati at noon. She received 13 cabin
The Golden Iiule from New Orleans is
lue to-day for Cinciunsti.
The Clias. Morgan follows the Rule and
will report here to-morrow.
Tho S. II. ILllman from Nashville will
report here to night and leave on her return
trip at 10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
The Commonwealth from Vicksburi
passed up for St. Louis yeBterday.
The Annie P. riilver trom New Orleaus
passed up for St. Louis yesterday.
The Arkansas City from St. Louis is due
The Vint Shinklefrom Cincinnati passed
uowu for .Memphis last night. no nia a
very good trip.
The Cons. Millar from Memphis will be
the next packet up for Cincinnati after the
Kuluund will arrive heie o-morrow even
ing. The U. P. Schenck arrived here yester
day morning at 3 o'clock with about IJOU
tons of freight. She added two hundred
tons more here and departed for New Or
leans during the night.
The Gus Fowler is ready for business
Hgsin and is prettier now than when first
built. She will bring an excursion party
down to-day from Paducah.
The Will. S. Hays left New Orleans yes
terduy lor Cincinnati.
Iho tity ot St. L'lUia leaves the city
after which she tak-m her name this even
ing and is due here to-morrow night.
The Hudson leaves St. Louis this evening
for Paducah and Shawneetown.
We have had rain nearly every dsy this
month the present prospect for good crops
are anything but ll ittering.
A Leadville boarder named Tom Fry,
truck a dog-collar in his mince pie
His jaw camo near spoiling,
IJu. a St. Jncnbs Oiling
Cured it, and he's again living high.
One of Si's Suspicions.
Old Si went to the theatre to see the
magician performance, the other night
riexi aay wo asnen nun:
"Did "you seo that man handle that
money last night?"
"I did fer a fae!"
"Ho made it come and go in all sorts
"Young boss, dat man's powerful
slick wid silber money."
"What did you think of him, Si?"
'Dat man fool'd round dar wid dat
munnv tell ho roused up my 'spicions,
"Suspicions of what?"
"Hit teks lots of practiss fer ter make
a haf dollar 'pear and dis'pear in dat
"Dat's what uieks me had a 'spishun
dat dat white man wuz one time de
casheer ob a freedman's bank an' I
jest want ter hannel hiin a few minnits,
sho's you born." Georgia Major.
This beautiful ret'uge from summer heat,
dust and mosquitoes, is now open
for the season. Three never-failing
Springs of coldest water whose medical
qualities huvu stood the test ot
more tlnin sixty years continual use, the
waters of each of a different kind, serve a
different purpose in bringing strength to
the feeble und health to the sick. These
Springs are in a mountain valley wIiomj
sides are of perpendicular cliffs, a hundred
feit high, jutting out hero and there iu
fantastic hapes resembling beasts and birds.
The woodland paths arc a continual temp
tation to long and delightful rambles of
which one forgets to become weary.
AN ARTIFICIAL LAKE
for boating and fishing has been added
to the natural scenery, bounded on one side
by cliffs at whose baso the water reaches a
depth of ten to fifteen feet and the other is
a gradual blope from the hills, the whole
covering severul acres of grouud.
"No. 1" the "Iron Spring"haB properties
that are unsurpassed as a tonic and is almost
a specific for malaria.
"No. 2" thoMagnesia'isa never-failing
remedy fur dyspepsia, and liver or kidney
troubles, and tho 'Alum Spring" does
the best cci vice as a wash for eruptions or
dibcusc of the skin.
A new hath house is by no means thu
loust among the latest additions.
The cottages have been thoroughly renova
ted; the beds are furnished with mattressee
and springs; new cottages havo been built;
tho dining-room is large and airy and the
kitchen is in charge of a first-class steam
boat cook all, for tho summer, at 18.00 per
week (children under 13 years, second or
separate table, half price.
Parties from Cairo can take an early
breakfast at homo or at Vienna and arrivo
at the Springs in time for dinner; fare
across by back 75 cents or by private con
veyance for three or more 75cts. to (1.00,
trunks extra. J. E. Lumen, Prop.
P. O. Allen Springs, III.
PORT (iliAl'E WINK
Spkku's Port Gi'apk "Wink !
FOUU YKAf.S OLD.
Til 18 1'EI.EIIItATKlJ N ATIVK WINE In um.lo
from thu hiire or lliu Oimrtu (imiic. mlRi'd In
thl couiitry. lis Itivalnahlo tnnlr. and rlrttiiiili
enluK iirnpurtit-H are uiiiuriai-d hv auy other
piatlte Wlno. It.-tng ihu pnre Jtilco of tt lirapu,
produced under Mr. Nik-it own pttrfolial rupervl
mou, ltd purity and Kenulni iiukh, ar iiimrniilei-it
Tlii younnH child nuy partaku of Its Kt-neruu
qiiallliuH, anil tne wakut Invalid tnc It to nuvim
tnK It t particularly beneficial to the a'ed ami
Mutated, and until In lliu v arnius nllmunti' that
affect the weaker mx. It 1 In every reaped A
WINE TO BK HKI.lEp ON.
Sneer s 1 .1. bherry.
Tho 1. J. HIIEKKV ta wine of Superior t hai
actor and i annkeeof the rich quali lien of thu drupe
from which It i made For I'urily, lilchrics. I'la
vo' and Medicinal I'ropertiu'. Ii will be tumid nn
IS peers V. J. IfruiHlv.
This TlKANUY elands unrivaled In tlil Counlri
belnisfar miperior for medicinal puriinHen. It I" a
pure diminution Irom the grape, and cmi'aiiu v il
uablo medicinal properties. It has a rielicaoi 11 h
vor. aimtlar to l.liut of ihu i'rai-K, from which it Ip
diitllled, and la in Kreat favur anmuir irn-rU'r
families, rtee that tho HKnalnre of ALHtKli
HI'KEK, Passaic, ' . J ever the cork ot ea-:li
Sold By 1AJIj WUIIUll
AND BV I)UU(i'ilsT.S KVKKYWHKUK.
AND LACK VITAL ENERGY?
The Mowiirrl OnWnnlc Hhlfla
hndourothwr Klnctro ObI
Vrtoloand Maititlo A fill
Hoc nod GHrmHom ar a
i Bur curi for Nnrrouf)lebll
It y. I'hTtiimi. lthumutini
tt tlMpsj.KihttUiHoo, Lom
of Vttnl Lnery, OTerwork
llrHln, Weak liack, Kid
iibt. LiTRf. Had Stomach
cum plaints, nod ftrehdapt
ed Vo tlTHF.it Hkx. Tbnfle
uppUuDcM arc the
proved, Hnd no
from beltn and all
otbfrn us tboj
llCldi, CANHlOtf no
fliorB, nor IrrltH
lion oflba 6k In
fcao b worn at
work an as
fttiU to wwttrnr.
t lines of all
li of twautit.
Thuao for MEN ONLY at oncn reach
the Mutt of dlAHaM), as thfy act dtrct upon NRrvnns,
Muacular, and OHntrativ totm. idily rtwtoriOK
tha Titalitv which in Klrx'trU Uv d ruined f mm t ho-
tn lir fttcMv or indiKcrs-ttonv thy thna In a oatural
uTMriMjmft uih wtMtkatsa wtthutit dmtirinu th mnm
I acta. Thav will curfi fary ean ahnrt of nturtnrKl d-
i - r, - -j i - . r . ,
Bxoaraiioo, anu we urv (jriarea 10 lurnmn inn mmi
amimauc ana aoniui prtKi to support our claims,
liiustrato rampniet rree.or tent aaifd rorhc postage
C-tUuiUtlsa AMERICAN GALVANIC CO.
frtt . Inr.tcl J 3 1 2 N 6th St., St. Louie. M"
T. LOUIS &3T. PAU
'5.:. UiU list
FlneSlcloWheel PassenRer Steamers
B'twssn ST. LOriS. HANNIBAL. QTJINCT.
KBOKUK. BUBI.INOTON, KCK'K ISLAND.
DAVKNPORT. Cl.lNlON, DUBUUUE,
1ACR063E, ST. PAUL and M1NNEAPOLIB.
ht. Paul I'm kstq Wan Si. Louis ovsry Monday, Wl.
ndrnnil Fri'liiy, l ' p.m. Qnlm r & K.ik'ik Puck
ets IsHTsHl. J.niiig (1iillr, Snndny excejileil, nt I p.m.
Excursion Tic k eta st low niteat.i Hi.Viml, Lnka
Mlnnsfonk4 and itll Mrlhi-rnKtiiiMTlHrlteftnrt. llirscb
and t hist rii to linkota, Munt.inHHDd Mnnilolw.
For lllmirated (inide Ikmk, tmio tiililss, imweDur
Sod frwitf Ht ri.tes. nrel uth.,r fnformntlen. ndrlrnitn,
ST. I.OUIH ST. PAUL PACKET CO,
Wharfbuat fool ( Ollva bl.. t-X. LOUIS, iia
6hop on Ila'lldiiy Avenue, between r'.nirth and
(sixth streets, Cairo, Illinois
rAll kinds el Unlit and heavy hhicksmiihlnL',
wagon and carr'no work done In the mod woik
manlike nauuur. iiiprse-suouuiu s specially
IJOand t'18 Commer-
DKY 00I)S and NOTIONS,
a full linn of nil tha httust. newest colors
and quality, and bust manufacture.
OA KPKT I) K V A 1 IT M ION- V.
Undv Urussels, Ttpestrles. I. plains, Oil
Cloths, ., &c.
Clothing and Gents' Furnishing
This Department occupies a full flour ami
Is coninluto lu all respects. Hoods are
Kuarantuud ot latest stylo and bust ma
terial. Bottom Trlees and Flrst-clasH (tooth!
Vnyot 1 homas W. Iln 1 i'ay.
rieasunir Cliaih a F. Nellis,
Clerk Dentils. J, Foley.
CotinsclorWm. B. Ullbort.
Marshal L. II, Meyers,
BOARD Or ALOSSMIH
list Wsrd-Wni.Mi llale, Harry Walkrt.
annonrl Ward - Jessit llinklo, O, N. Hnahss.
Third Ward-II. V. llUks. Kir rt Hmlth.
Ki urth Ward-Charles O. Patier, Adolph 8wo
ruin Wsrd-CLss. Lsncailrr. Usury ttiout.
rnw DHoi B nppneu w uio auriaes. win PenetraMto thvr Bona,
and alnioht Instantly RILIEVI PAIN1 Jt will not Soil ClotbW
nor cUaoolor tha Skin, or lenv rtlaiiCTerable effecU of ny kind It
hMNOROOAr.fortho Coraof lUmniiH,m.
Stiff Joints, Nonralsia, Lame
Sore Throat, Pains la
mil Ih enuallv cnir.'tfiiMiH fur all taiiiH
reipulrhiB a powerful dlfluaivu sliinulanU t-iee Msm-ll's Almanac
Ask your DniKKl.st for It. I'rlcetocta perhottlt
rrepun d only hy JACOB S. MERRELL,
Alter a Rainy Riilo a Coutitrv IMivhI-
cian Telia Wliat He Thinks ot
I 'vieh to liracluua aoms people would haru
when tliey need a dtictor and when they duli't,"
txc alined Doctor E , an be entered hia house
In a coney little village In tho Interior of the Htuto
of New York, after a tedious, u'rIh rldu for many
miles. I hare beeu down anninn the mountain! to
aee a man, who tha meeeencir m d, was very tick,
and not likely ro live 'till n ornluir, unless he had
immediate help; and lound hi in surfcrlng fion a
ra her ahiirp i.ttack of co Ic, wlilch hll fsinlly
mlht have relieved In tun minutes, If t boy bads
urain of enso and two or thru simple, remedies in
the house, but no; th y must teimln Ignorant as
pie, am wh u the hat ache or pain takes them,
send for a doctor, whether they ever pay him or
Why Doc'or. what kind of pliupio remedies, at
you call them, do you expect people to keep In thu
hoiisi V usk'.'d his wife, a she poured him a cup
of hot lea.
"in tU's case," answerul the Doctor, "If they
bad only put a iiENHON'4 C'Al'OlNK l'OKOl'8
I'LASTKH ou the man's nlouiucb, he would ha, e
been all rlj.',ht lu s hour, and raved me s urcury
Id all oidluar, comphilnls It cures at once.
All diseases aro eliminated from th'i systenby
what hi iy hu ruuyhly cal cd expulsion or eMrac
t on, or by a uulou of the two processes. Ben
son's I'laster promotps both. It incites the torpid
oriransio act, and sends i s heating, sootbluir In-
lluence through tho myriad pores of the skin. All
other plasters oblige the pallcn' to wait. They
givo him hope for lu morrow, llenson's plaster
l!lve him help to day. Which Is betf r, do jou
think! lhiv the CAI'CIN K and keep It in the
house. Price cent"
.Vabmy & Johasnu, Chemists, New York.
A M jNTU and JIOAKD for throe
QU'I Y,, line ii en or ladles in each cotiu y.
dress I'. W. Z egler A Co., Chicauo, III.
alili ltn OOlNli TO lUILDV Co-operstivo
C I'lans of Hotisi-s. Inrirc and small. Most modern
desiens, by skilled, experienced architects, with
sneciilcalionscemiilcie. from 1") upw ards. Send ID
cell's pr explanations, illusiratcd I'ampn et.
HXCil CO., 7 warren M, .New ork.
K 1 1I K
Ry KDW.aKDSH ri'KS, Med ea! Director I'. 8.
N. A Thrillii'c Hlclor al Misiorv of the World's
Breal Sen KlKllU, villi s; ei'llliclis OI' Nnvul Arc it 1
tectureof all aces. A rec-ird ot Wonderful Ex
ploits more Interestlni! than fl-llnii. Price only
W! It sel everywhere. At; ENTS make SUM.' 0
per month. Addrers
il ' l . .MOlX llUi K t o.. L h!CUl."1, III
l LIKE AsnCIIAUAl TEH. r,yC. Edward Lest
er, am lior of "The Olory and Khaniu of Kng and;"
" he Napoleon Dynasty," etc Illustrated , Pa
per. 1(1 cents; doth, i'lCeiit-; lla'f Hiissia, 45 cents.
Postage stumps taken. Not sold hy dealers;
prices t, io low. Also the following laru type
Life of Alex. IT. Stephens, - 10c , ;c
Lite of WasliiiiiMo.i Irvinu, hy Stoddard,
I. ife nf Sir Isaac Newton, by .las. I'arton. -Kip
Van Winkle, by w ashlnctoa lrvimr,
Huruinirof Koine, by Canou Karrar,
American Humorisis Artemua St'aril, - .
Knock Aiden. by Allrnl Jeunyson,
Descried Vlllaire, The Traveler, (iohtsmilh.
Cotter's Salurdav Mulit, etc., Hubert llurus,
Schl ar's Sons of the Hell, aid oilier I'oems
The Sea Serpents of Science, Andrew Wllsun, lie.
orlil-iHiaslilnir, tiy W. Mattieu Williams, 4c
JOHN Ii. AI.DkN, Publisher, 18 Vesev St. N. Y
The Wonderful Efficacy of
Has been so frequently and satisfactorily proven
that It seems almost superfluous to say anythlmr
more In their favor. Tho Immense and constantly
lncreaslnx demand for thitiu, botli lu this and forulKU
countrtos, la the best evidence of their value. Their
(ale tCMlay Ul the United HUttea la far (trustor tliau
any other cathartlo nicdicino. This demand Is
not spaauiodlf, It la roirular and steady. It la not
of to-day or yesterday, It la an Increase that haaheeu
steadily irrowluir fortheliistthlrty-flveyeara. What
are tlie reasons for this Kreat and growliiK demand!
Dr. Mehenek'a 3Iundrnke rillHeontain no mer
cury, and yet they act with wonderful effect ui'on
the liver. They clnauso Uio stomach ami bowclH of
all trrltatimr matter, which. If allimml to remain,
poisons the blcsvi, and brinm oil Malnria.ChlUs snd
Fever, and many other diseases. They Hive health
snd Htrauirth to the dlKiwtlve onraus. 1 tiey create
appetite nnd Klvovitfor to thn wholosysteuL They
aro In fict the medicine nf all others which should
betaken In times, like-tha prci-cnr, when malarial and
other epiib'iuics are nwiiiif, as they prepare tho sys.
torn to resist attacks of disoaNO of every character.
Dr. Heheiieh'a Alnndrnke Pilla aro sold by all
druirirlsts nt 'J.ie. per box, or nmiI liy mall, (lostpald,
ou ruculiit of prion.
Dr. NelieneU'a Hook on CoiiHiiinpllon, I,lv
rr Coinphilnt and Ihspepslit, in KiikUhIi or
Oornian, la sent free to all. Adilp -xa Dr. J. II,
HCIIKNCK X, HON, IMillndelnhlii, n.
' .sirT; 'v w . .. .
A Now and Complete. TTolol, frontlns on l.evci
Second and Itailrond Strsets,
Tho t'asienuer Depot ol tho Chkato, St. Loola
nnd ,cw Orleans: Illinois Central; Wabash, nt.
Louis aud i'arlrlc; liou Mountain and Southern,
Mobile and Ohio; Calm snd St. Louis Hallways
are all Just across the street; while tho Steamboat
Landmit is lint ono square distant,
This Hotel la heated by steam, ha stnain
Laundry. llvdrni.Ho Klovnlnr, Electric Cull Hells.
Automatic Klre-Alarma, Baths, absolutely purs air,
ported sewernir? and complete appointment.
Hutierb furuishlnitsi parfaot servlcot snd sn Ou
Li. I. PAUICltiU I TO..L. mm
; .4.' J jfglW'Sl ' .'M Ilt'.v"-'., ' y ':'.'.' ,' j
powerful ui't-)wiaion eoin-
1 iimed inoatly of Ksjentlal Oils
i ho most penetrating Liniment
known. Hn eoneentrtil that V
, juama nait, cramps. Tooth Ache
the Limhs or lu auv hart of tint fcvtioii
Back, Cramp, Toot U Ache
In the Stomach nnri-Tni.
SKW ADVKKTISK M KNTs,
Decided opinions expressed in latiuuaire that can
he tiiiderslood; tho promptest, fullest and most sc
rum! Iiitellleeiice of whulevi-r in the wide world Is
worth attiv lion That is what everybody Is sare
'n ilnd in any adit on of TH K SL'N. huiiscrlptlon :
I) Atl T (4 pHces), hy mall, .Vie. a mouth, or ti 50
a year; minday (K paires), f l.'JOper year; Wikklt
W payssp, $l.ni per year.
I. W. K (il.ANll. rublisher, New Y rkClty.
DIVUKUKM.No puiillclty; rcslilents of any
State. Dcssertion, Non Su rort. Advicfi and
ai-pllrailens for stump. W. II. l.KE, Att'y, SMS
llrnadway, N . Y.
WE will pit, lh b-.v, rrwtnl fftr n r Kit nf tlm CompUlal1
P 'I1!"!., Si, k HratLvh., ln liii.Hi-n, ('li.llHi'n nr Co.tlrtn,M.
w ,-i,iil rurt with Wr.l't V .(iml r .i,r I'll!., wlt.ti th diw
tinnltr itrklly c-mpliid .lib. ll..) fti, purely ,n.l.bl., uti
n..r hit lo nivf lluftllli. Hnfur C,'.l,,i. !.vi IxHM, ro.
I.lnlnu il .,!l'.5 f.ul. K.r ill. 1-v k!l d,uj.-tiiiu. rkw.r, nf
cuntMf.itt ki,.l iitntti.,ii,. TSf p.ini i, a fi,iu,l','i-il M,ly ly
JnllN :. W T A 'II, I-1 A 1-1 W. M.lie.n SI., Chkf
lrr tr: ,4. iu0 will by uinil t,4 mi rctu-ti-f . rautaoip.
Health is Wealth !
Dk K. ('.Wert's Neiivk and Hkvis Tne.T
IIKM,HKii:irHiiUci hpeeiUe for llysterin, Uizzi.
nena, Cuitviilxiona, rit. Nervoua NenrRluia,
Heuihirho, Nervous frustration cnused by the use
ofalcohi-il ortolmeco, Wnkefnlnesti, Mental Da
pmHsion, MofUiiin of tho Hrain resulting in in
snnity iiml lemlinit to in iwry, decay anil death,
rreiuittt'.re Old A, Harrennesa, Lsws of power
in either aex. Involuntary Iswsi'a nnd Hiormnt.
orrhiea enuseil by overexertion of tho hrain, aelf
nhttao or over-indultfpticn. Knch box contain
ono month's treatment, f 1.1H) a box, or six boxes
fur $3.01, aunt hy mail prep'uilon receipt of price.
XS rl ;rAK.Tt'.E MX 1JOXKM
To euro any cane. With each onler received byus
for aix boxes. Heconipuniel with $,,U, we will
soniltho purchaser our written (riiarunteo to r
fund Iho money if the treatment dots uotofloct
S cure, liimruntooa iasued only by
1 1 AKR Y W. SCHUII,
Drucuist, Cor. Commercial ave. A tsth St.. Cairo.
617 St Charles Stroot, ST. LOUIS, M0.
A. vsiKiilap flru.tuute of two medical
eollcues, li its been 1'iiiuer i-iiniiK'-'l lu the treat
ment of C'lirouio. Nervoi, siUm aitii
lilooii iteiioe. tfii.il anv other physician lu
St. Louis ui city papept suaw iiml all old rel.
i. ntH know. t ijiiMilliitlnn t oillee or ky mail,
tree aud Invited, A friendly talker Ills opinion
rusts iiuthliii;. W In n It Is tiu-on venl.'iit tu visit
the eltv .or treatment, luiillelues run lie sent
by mall or expr-" t-vervwhere. ( uralile i ae
tru.'trauteed: where il.mlil exists It is frankly
btatc-il. tailor Write.
Ncrvom Prostration. Debility, Mental and
Physical Weakness,, Mercurial and other
affections of Throat, Skin and Bones, Blood
Impurities and Blood Poisoning, Skin Affec
tions, Old Sores and Ulcers, Impediments to
Marriage, Rheumatism, Piles,
attention to cuses from over-worked brain.
SURGICAL CASES receive special attention.
Diseases arising from Imprudences, Excesses,
Indulgeiifis or Exposures.
It Is self.evl.lcnt that a physician paying
particular allcntioii to im Iii-s. ol cases attain
treat skill, and plivniriaus In regular practice
all over the rniinii'V kuowliiK 1 hi-. I're.i.'iitly
recommend cases to the oldest ollice III AiU"Mcu
where every known appliance Is resorted to.
and the pi'ov,-,l itnmi i-ciiifilica of all
Hues and eoiintrles arc used, A whole linnse It
used for oillee piirpo-es and all lire trealeil with
kill lu a respectful milliner; and. knnwliiit
what to do. no experiments are made. On ac
count of the ii rent ininiher apply Ink. the
chai'ife. are kept low. oflen lower than Is
di'inainle.1 hy ethers If veil secure the skl'l
and C't a speedy and peril ct lis- cure, that is
the important mailer. I'suiphli t, Mi pacs,
sent lo any address free.
plates. I MARRIAGE GUIDE. I pages,
KWaut cloth and irilt blndliiir. Pealed for 50
rents in -l.n,'e or currency. Over lilty won
derful pen pictures, true lo life articleson the
folhiwIiiK snlilects. V Im muv nian y. who not'
win y Proper aire tniiiai i . W ho marry II rsl.
tahhisiil, WomaiihiHid. I'liv-lcal decay. Who
should marcv Ho hie ami happlni-s may m
Im rcs-i -I. Thus,, m. n i h il i,r eoiiiviiiiilatliiK
limrrilni! shnuhl rend It. it on uht to be read
nv all adult " I' , I li kepi iiieh'r Im k ami
key. I'lipuliii'i dllliin. same a- ulmve. hill paper
rover ami .'iiUpttKe' cents b-mail, iuiiioueJf
Nouiozone, fnew eive-I.lfe, Strenu'lh anrl
Vt ;oi i is ,i posiliie reslnrallve for the Lois of
Mar.lv Vikroc in YouiifT, Middle-Aed and
Old Men, im mutter from Mloiliuiise. In Ner
vous Debility, Exhaustion, Impotency,
Seminal 'Weakness, mid kindred ailments,
this M uidard Remedy is a certain cure, und
to nil Midi siilleiet's., w ho hpiiiI u statement of
their troubles, a iiiintlty sullleleut to prov J Its
Virtue will be sent Free of Coat. Addreas,
NEUROZONE MEDICAL CO.,
P.O. Box 2494.
t. LOUIS, MO
SUMMER LAW LECTL'ltES (n no weekly), be
Kin 1 Mi July, lH.l, aud end 1'Jtli reptemler. Have
liroved of signal tise, ist. to stud nts who deslrn
to pursue their l utile at this oroiher Law tchool;
ild, to those who propose to read privately; and Hd,
to practitioners who have not had the advantaco of
svsieiuntic tiisirnrtlou, Kor circulur anpiytP. O.
lluiversll v of Va ) to John 11. Minor, l'rof. Com.
and Slat. Law.
I not, Ufa is swooping ny, go
land dare before you die, soma
thlnic mighty and iibllme
leave behind to conquer tlrna."
San week lu vour own town.
Klve Dollar outfit free. No
risk. KvorythlliR new. Capital not required. We
will furnish you everything. Many ar making
tort tines. Ladle make ss union as mru, and boys
aud iilrls mako treat pay Header, If you wain
buslues at which you can make grrst pay si I Us
time, wrltn for particulars to II. llALLtir atUj
JOHNSON'S ANOOYNI LINIMINT U1
Sosltlvly ptwvent this torrtM dlawMW, and will port.
llT.IT curs nln Fas out of tea, Informatics thai
mnm,ii. IniTrntlonlahrtrertnaacur. l.K.JOIIMs
HON (H.r IIKNTDN. MANX., furrarrtT BixooB, Me.
is-l'iaav' I'vaeanrs iiu ssase sew iteSsln
kit. manv llvnt, snl rrm hr mall. oantHsuiT